Compulsory Modules (100 ECTS-Credits)
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Compulsory Module 1: Introduction to Classical Philology (5 ECTS-Credits, 4 h) (no courses)
Prerequisites for registration: none
Learning Outcome: The graduates of this module know the structure and course of the Bachelor's study programme. They are able to reflect subject-specific occupational profiles and develop an awareness for the profession of a teacher. They have gained first insights into the epochs of Greek-Roman literature and their main texts. They have gained an overview of the history and working techniques of classical philology and have basic knowledge in the field of tradition history. They have gained insights into the methods of text criticism and know the elements of text-critical editions. They are able to apply appropriate strategies for literature research, acquire the skills of quoting and writing bibliographies. They are able to elaborate argumentative structures of shorter scientific contributions and to present results verbally and in writing.
Compulsory Module 8: Greek Linguistics (5 ECTS-Credits, 4 h) (no courses)
Prerequisites for registration: successful completion of Compulsory Module 2
Learning Outcome: The graduates of this module have an overview of the development of Greek language and the central characteristics of ancient Greek dialects. They understand the historical development of Greek morphology and syntax and use this knowledge in their Greek lessons. They are able to elaborate specific characteristics of individual varieties of Greek with texts.
Compulsory Module 11: Interpretation II (5 ECTS-Credits, 2 h) (no courses)
Prerequisites for registration: successful completion of Compulsory Modules 4 and 9
Learning Outcome: The graduates of this module have advanced their knowledge of Greek literature and are able to interpret texts based on their competences in literary science acquired in compulsory module 4. They are able to independently find appropriate secondary literature for specific issues and to deal with it critically. They are able to compare and methodically reflect on different research opinions. On this basis, they are able to take a stand on research questions and support their opinion in an argumentative way. They are able to present their results in the form of a presentation and a paper in a clear and conclusive way. This way they have acquired the necessary methodical instruments for writing the Bachelor's Thesis.
  COURSES Compulsory Modules 16: Interdisciplinary Skills (5 ECTS-Credits)
Prerequisites for registration: The prerequisites specified by the respective curricula must be met.
Learning Outcome: Graduates of this module have advanced and acquired additional competences and skills from other subjects.
Courses corresponding to 5 ECTS-Credits must be chosen from the Bachelor or Diploma Programmes offered at the University of Innsbruck, however not from the other teaching subject. It is recommended to choose courses from the field of classical philology as well as courses in ancient history, archaeology, comparative literary studies, on gender-specific aspects, inclusive education, multilingualism, human-animal-studies etc. For further information about courses click COURSES.

  • There may still be changes in the courses offered as well as room allocation and course dates.
  • The course descriptions found in the English version of the course catalogue are for informational purposes only. Authoritative information can be found in the "Vorlesungsverzeichnis" (German version of the course catalogue).